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Wish You Could Create PowerPoints for a Living? Apply for This Konsus Job
As someone who has grown with technology since the very first computer became commercially available, I can still remember my first brush with graphic design before it became popular as a way to make money — or even had a name.
That, of course, was with PowerPoint, which I used every chance I had for school projects — even if it wasn’t required. I thought selecting a slide theme, adding in WordArt, inserting graphics and setting the timing of my slides was so much fun.
And if I had only known it would become a decent way to make money (even 20-something years later), I may have had a better idea of what I wanted to be when I grew up.
With PowerPoint being as old as it is (we’re talking 31 years!), you’d think it would have become obsolete in this day and age with all of the different design programs available to us.
But, PowerPoint still has a place when it comes to business — and if you’re a fan of this program, you can score a job doing nothing but creating presentations as a PowerPoint designer with Konsus.
Konsus is a fully remote global company based in San Francisco that provides on-demand services for businesses, including content writing, data entry, research, and web, graphic and PowerPoint design.
This freelance position requires a minimum commitment of 25 to 30 hours per week and the flexibility to create your own schedule. If you decide to apply, be prepared to complete a set of tests, including problem solving, work assessment and English skills.
PowerPoint Designer at Konsus
Not specifiedResponsibilities include:
- Designing and formatting PowerPoint presentations and creating high-end infographics for corporate clients.
- Learning the clients’ style preferences to help them develop their branding.
Applicants for this position must have:
- Excellent communication and graphic-design skills with an understanding of style techniques.
- Experience or interest in creating PowerPoint presentations for business.
- An interest in learning about new design trends and tools.
- A stable internet connection.
Jessica Gray is an editorial assistant at The Penny Hoarder. Read her other articles and full bio here.